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net neutrality
net neutrality

The FCC Says Net Neutrality Lawsuits Are Moot Because It Already Repealed Net Neutrality

The agency is using an arcane strategy to try to shut down some of the efforts to restore net neutrality.
Kaleigh Rogers
a day ago
DDoS
DDoS

Lawmakers Want to Know Why Ajit Pai Made Up DDOS Attack, Lied to Congress

FCC boss Ajit Pai finds himself in hot water over the attack that wasn’t.
Karl Bode
2 days ago
Broadband
Broadband

A Community-Run ISP Is the Highest Rated Broadband Company in America

A Consumer Reports survey of 176,000 Americans finds that small, locally owned ISPs are routinely ranked higher than big telecom companies.
Karl Bode
2 days ago
ISP-loyal
ISP-loyal

The Current Definition of ‘Broadband’ Is Too Slow and Ajit Pai Refuses to Change it

Ajit Pai is once again trying to keep the definition of broadband set at ankle height.
Karl Bode
3 days ago
FCC
FCC

Sinclair's Bid to Monopolize Local TV News Is Officially Dead

Tribune Media has scrapped its merger deal and has accused Sinclair of "unnecessarily aggressive" behavior.
Karl Bode
8.9.18
Broadband
Broadband

Why Spectrum Asked a Man to Pay $133,000 to Install Broadband Internet in NYC

Broadband consumers are often forced to shell out exorbitant prices to connect to networks.
Karl Bode
8.2.18
big telecom
big telecom

Big Telecom Says Anti-Competitive Internet Fast Lanes Will Be Wonderful

The broadband industry desperately wants you to believe that a fractured, non-neutral internet is going to be a truly wonderful thing.
Karl Bode
7.31.18
Zero-rating
Zero-rating

Massachusetts Net Neutrality Law Would Name and Shame Terrible ISPs

The state is just the latest to try and hold broadband monopolies accountable in the wake of federal apathy.
Karl Bode
7.26.18
merger mania
merger mania

Ajit Pai Finds a Spine, Sends Sinclair-Tribune Deal to Merger Purgatory

FCC boss’ sudden interest in factual data could doom the controversial deal.
Karl Bode
7.16.18
unbundled network elements
unbundled network elements

Big Telecom Lobby Says There's Too Much Broadband Competition, Pushes FCC to Harm Smaller ISPs

AT&T and Verizon are lobbying for rule changes that will strangle smaller competitors, making US broadband competition even worse.
Karl Bode
7.16.18
Ajit Pai
Ajit Pai

'Political Backlash' Forces FCC to Abandon Plan to Make You Pay $225 to Complain About Your ISP

The FCC called it 'fake news,' then said it would push back voting on the new rules.
Karl Bode
7.12.18
fake comments
fake comments

FCC Promises to Fix Comment System Hijacked During Net Neutrality Repeal

The FCC says it will work to improve the integrity of the public input process after repeatedly turning a blind eye to bogus comments and identity theft.
Karl Bode
7.11.18